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Mount Aloysius College    
 
    
 
  Nov 17, 2017
 
2017-2018 College Catalog

Course Descriptions


Courses are numbered in a 100, 200, 300, and 400 sequential series. All courses listed may not be taught each academic year. Educational Enrichment (EE) courses earn institutional credits only and are not counted toward graduation requirements. Complete information regarding Educational Enrichment courses may be found elsewhere in this Catalog.

 

Computer Science

   •  CS 250 - Cyber Crime
   •  CS 255 - Information Security Fundamentals
   •  CS 281 - Special Computer Topics
   •  CS 281P - Special Computer Topics (Programming)
   •  CS 301 - Management Information Systems Analysis
   •  CS 302 - Technology in Education
   •  CS 303B - C++ Programming
   •  CS 304 - Advanced Visual Basic
   •  CS 305 - Logic and Structured Design
   •  CS 306 - Database Design
   •  CS 345 - Information Technology Internship
   •  CS 355 - Digital Forensics I
   •  CS 360 - Internet Technologies
   •  CS 362 - Internet Security
   •  CS 364 - Incident Handling
   •  CS 375 - Principles of Business Continuity
   •  CS 381 - Special Computer Topics
   •  CS 381D - Special Computer Topics (Design)
   •  CS 381P - Special Computer Topics (Programming)
   •  CS 402 - IT Research
   •  CS 403B - Advanced C++ Programming
   •  CS 404 - Advanced Concepts in Programming
   •  CS 411 - Operations Management Science and Computer Modeling
   •  CS 420 - Advanced Networking Systems
   •  CS 436 - Information Technology Project Management
   •  CS 456 - Digital Forensics II
   •  CS 457 - Emerging Trends in Digital Forensics
   •  CS 458 - Data Extraction and Analysis
   •  CS 460 - Wireshark Network Analysis
   •  CS 462 - Cybersecurity Operations
   •  CS 481 - Special Computer Topics
   •  CS 481D - Special Computer Topics (Design)
   •  CS 481P - Special Computer Topics (Programming)

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

   •  DMS 100 - Introduction to Ultrasonography
   •  DMS 200 - Abdominal Ultrasonography
   •  DMS 202 - Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasonography
   •  DMS 205 - Superficial Structures and Vascular Ultrasonography
   •  DMS 401 - Physics and Instrumentation I
   •  DMS 408 - Clinical Ultrasound Simulation
   •  DMS 409 - Ultrasound Clinical Practicum I
   •  DMS 411 - Ultrasound Clinical Practicum II
   •  DMS 412 - Ultrasound Clinical Practicum III

Economics

   •  EC 201 - Introduction to Economics
   •  EC 211 - Introduction to National Income Theory (Macroeconomics)
   •  EC 212 - Introduction to Price Theory (Microeconomics)
   •  EC 299 - Seminar in Free Enterprise

Education - Early Level Pre K-4/Middle Level 4-8/Secondary

   •  ED 119 - Aesthetic Experiences for Young Children
   •  ED 203 - Psychology of Infant Development
   •  ED 206 - Psychology of Exceptional Children
   •  ED 213 - Basics of Early Childhood Education
   •  ED 225 - Child and Adolescent Development for Educators
   •  ED 251 - Emergent Literacy
   •  ED 275 - ECE Practicum
   •  ED 290 - Health, Nutrition, and Physical Fitness in ECE
   •  ED 305 - The Art of Effective Teaching
   •  ED 310 - Methods of Teaching Math
   •  ED 320 - Applied Learning Strategies for the Exceptional Learner
   •  ED 330 - Methods of Teaching Reading
   •  ED 375 - Introduction to Middle Grades and Secondary Education
   •  ED 412 - Strategies for Reading Assessment, Diagnosis and Intervention
   •  ED 414 - Creating and Adapting Curriculum
   •  ED 435 - Assessment Strategies
   •  ED 445 - Methods of Science Education
   •  ED 455 - Methods of Secondary English Education
   •  ED 461 - Methods of Teaching Science
   •  ED 462 - Methods of Teaching Social Studies
   •  ED 465 - Methods of Secondary Social Studies Education
   •  ED 475 - Reading in the Content Area
   •  ED 490 - Integrative Core
   •  ED 492 - Early Level Education Student Teaching
   •  ED 494 - Middle Level Education Student Teaching
   •  ED 496 - Secondary Education Student Teaching

Educational Enrichment

   •  EE 091 - College Reading I
   •  EE 093 - College Reading II
   •  EE 094 - Foundations of Algebra
   •  EE 098 - Introduction to College Writing I
   •  EE 099 - Introduction to College Writing II
   •  EE 100 - Strategies for Academic Success
   •  EE 110 - Basic Health Care Mathematics

English

   •  EN 102 - Introduction to Literature
   •  EN 110 - Rhetoric I
   •  EN 111 - Rhetoric II
   •  EN 201 - Journalism
   •  EN 203 - Western World Literature I
   •  EN 204 - Western World Literature II
   •  EN 205 - Major British Writers
   •  EN 206 - Modern Drama
   •  EN 209 - Introduction to Short Fiction
   •  EN 215 - Comparative Literature I
   •  EN 216 - Comparative Literature II
   •  EN 230 - Survey of American Literature I
   •  EN 231 - Survey of American Literature II
   •  EN 240 - Shakespeare
   •  EN 250 - Fantasy Literature
   •  EN 260 - Public Speaking
   •  EN 281 - Special Topics in Language and Literature
   •  EN 303 - Literature of Crime and Detection
   •  EN 304 - Women Writers
   •  EN 305 - Beginning Literary Criticism
   •  EN 307 - Critical Thinking in Literature
 

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